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PALEO FOOD LIST
What to Eat?
Starting with meats, eat as much as you want for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Cook the meats
si...
Game meat
 Alligator Ostrich
 Bear Pheasant
 Bison (buffalo) Quail
 Caribou Rattlesnake
 Elk Reindeer
 Emu Squab
 G...
Fruits and Vegetables
If you love fruit and are convinced it is making you fat, don’t worry. It won’t make you fat
on this...
Vegetables
 Artichoke Mushrooms Asparagus Mustard Greens
 Beet Greens Onions Beets Parsley
 Bell Peppers Parsnip Brocco...
Foods You Should Avoid
Dairy Foods
 All processed foods made Butter Cheese Cream
With any dairy products Nonfat dairy cre...
Starchy Vegetables
 Starchy tubers Sweet potatoes Cassava root Yams
 Tapioca pudding Manioc
 Potatoes & all potato prod...
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Another Great Descriptive Paleo Food List shared by Dr. Lane Sebring

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When it comes to the Paleo Diet, knowing what to eat is obviously essential but can be difficult as well! Here is a great list for you!

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Another Great Descriptive Paleo Food List shared by Dr. Lane Sebring

  1. 1. PALEO FOOD LIST What to Eat? Starting with meats, eat as much as you want for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Cook the meats simply without too much added fat – broiling, baking, roasting, sautéing or browning, then pouring off excess liquid fat, or stir frying over high heat with a little oil (No deep fat frying) Lean Meats Lean Beef (trimmed of visible fat)  Flank Steak Top Sirloin Steak  Extra lean hamburger (7% fat or less) London broil  Chuck Steak Lean veal  Any other lean cut Lean Pork (trimmed of visible fat)  Pork loin Pork Chops  Any other lean cut Lean poultry (white meat, skin removed)  Chicken breast Turkey breast  Game hen breasts Eggs (limit to 6 per week)  Chicken (enriched omega 3 variety) Duck  Goose Other meats  Rabbit meat (any cut)  Goat meat (any cut Organ meats  Beef, lamb, pork, chicken livers  Beef, pork and lamb tongues  Beef, lamb and pork marrow  Beef, lamb and pork “sweetbreads”
  2. 2. Game meat  Alligator Ostrich  Bear Pheasant  Bison (buffalo) Quail  Caribou Rattlesnake  Elk Reindeer  Emu Squab  Goose Turtle  Kangaroo Venison  Muscovy duck Wild boar  New Zealand Wild turkey Cervena deer Fish  Bass Perch  Bluefish Red snapper  Cod Rockfish  Drum Salmon  Eel Scrod  Flatfish Shark  Grouper Striped bass  Haddock Sunfish  Halibut Tilapia  Herring Trout  Mackerel Tuna  Monkfish Turbot  Mullet Walleye  Northern Pike Any other commercially  Orange roughy available fish Shellfish  Abalone Mussels  Clams Oysters  Crab Scallops  Crayfish Shrimp  Lobster
  3. 3. Fruits and Vegetables If you love fruit and are convinced it is making you fat, don’t worry. It won’t make you fat on this diet, even in unlimited amounts. In fact, it’s not easy to get 50% of your daily calories from fruits and vegetables because of the high bulk and low caloric density of fruits and salad vegetables. Nuts are rich in calories. If you are trying to lose weight, you should eat only about 4 ounces of them a day. Also, except for walnuts, almost all nuts have high levels of omega 6 fats, and if eaten excessively, they can unbalance the ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fats in your diet. For ideal health, then, you should eat fruits and vegetables with every meal, along with moderate amounts of nuts, avocados, seeds, and healthful oils (flaxseed, canola, olive oil, and mustard seed). However, just because it’s a vegetable doesn’t mean it’s good – or that it’s on the list below. High carbohydrate, starchy tubers – potatoes, sweet potatoes and yams – are restricted on the Paleo Diet. Also, dried fruit should be eaten only in small amounts because it, too, can produce a high glycemic load (causing a rapid increase in the blood glucose level), particularly when you eat too much of it. When you’re hungry or in doubt, start with a high protein, low fat food. Remember, lean protein is the most effective nutrient in reducing your appetite and boosting your metabolism to help you burn stored fat. Fruits  Apple Cranberries Apricot Figs  Avocado Gooseberries Banana Grapefruit  Blackberries Grapes Blueberries Guava  Boysenberries Honeydew melon Cantaloupe Kiwi  Carambola Lemon Cassava Melon Lime  Cherimoya Lychee Cherries Mango  Nectarine Pomegranate Orange Raspberries  Papaya Rhubarb Passion Fruit Star Fruit  Peaches Strawberries Pears Tangerine  Persimmon Watermelon Pineapple All other fruits  Plums
  4. 4. Vegetables  Artichoke Mushrooms Asparagus Mustard Greens  Beet Greens Onions Beets Parsley  Bell Peppers Parsnip Broccoli Peppers (all kinds)  Brussels Sprouts Pumpkin Cabbage Purslane  Carrots Radish Cauliflower Rutabaga  Celery Seaweed Collards Spinach  Cucumber Squash (all kinds) Dandelion Swiss Chard  Eggplant Tomatillos Endive Tomato  Green Onions Turnip Greens Kale Turnips  Kohlrabi Watercress Lettuce Nuts and Seeds If you are actively losing weight, you should eat no more than 4 ounces of nuts and seeds a day. Walnuts are the best as they have the most omega 3 ratio.  Almonds Pine Nuts Brazil Nuts Pistachios (unsalted)  Cashews Pumpkin Seeds Chestnuts Sesame Seeds  Hazelnuts Sunflower Seeds Macadamia Nuts Walnuts  Pecans Foods You Can Eat in Moderation Oils 4 tablespoons or less a day when weight loss is of primary importance  Olive Avocado Walnut Flaxseed  Canola Oils Beverages  Diet Sodas Coffee Tea Wine (2-4-oz glasses)  Beer Spirits (4oz) Paleo Sweets  Dried Fruits (2oz)  Nuts mixed with dried fruit and fresh fruits (no more than 4oz of nuts & 2oz of dried fruit/day)
  5. 5. Foods You Should Avoid Dairy Foods  All processed foods made Butter Cheese Cream With any dairy products Nonfat dairy creamer Skim milk Dairy spreads  Powdered Milk Frozen yogurt Ice Milk Low-fat Milk  Ice cream Whole milk Yogurt Cereal Grains  Barley (barley soup, barley bread, & all processed foods made with barley)  Corn (corn on the cob, corn tortillas, corn chips, cornstarch, corn syrup)  Millet  Oats (steel-cut oats, rolled oats & all processed foods made with oats)  Rice (brown rice, white rice, top ramen, rice noodles, basmati rice, rice cakes, rice flour, & all processed foods made with rice)  Rye (rye bread, rye crackers, & all processed foods made with rye)  Sorghum  Wheat (bread, rolls, muffins, noodles, crackers, cookies, cake, doughnuts, pancakes, waffles, pasta, spaghetti, lasagna, wheat tortillas, pizza, pita bread, flat bread, & all processed foods made with wheat or wheat flour)  Wild rice Cereal Grainlike Seeds  Amaranth  Buckwheat  Quinoa Legumes  All beans (adzuki beans, black beans, broad beans, fava beans, field beans, garbanzo beans, horse beans, kidney beans, lima beans, mung beans, navy beans, pinto beans, red beans, string beans, white beans)  Black-eyed peas  Chickpeas Peanuts Lentils Snowpeas  Peas Sugar snap peas Peanut butter Miso  Soybeans & all soybean products, including tofu
  6. 6. Starchy Vegetables  Starchy tubers Sweet potatoes Cassava root Yams  Tapioca pudding Manioc  Potatoes & all potato products (French fries, potato chips, etc.) Salt-Containing Foods  Bacon Processed Meats Pork rinds Cheese  Salami Deli Meats Frankfurters Ham  Hot Dogs Ketchup Pickled foods Olives  Salted nuts Salted spices Sausages  Smoked, dried, & salted fish & meat  Virtually all canned meats & fish (unless you soak & drain them) Fatty Meats  Bacon Fatty beef roasts Beef ribs  Chicken & turkey legs Fatty cuts of beef Fatty ground beef  Chicken & turkey skin Fatty pork chops Fatty pork roasts  Lamb chops Lamb roasts Leg of lamb  Pork ribs Pork sausage T-bone steaks  Chicken & turkey thighs & wings Soft Drinks & Fruit Juices  All sugary soft drinks  Pork sausage  T-bone steaks Sweets  Candy Honey Sugars

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